The Pharaohs will face the hosts, Saudi Arabia, in the final tonight at Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Stadium in Abha.
The Egyptian players maintained their strong run in the competition with four victories out of four matches on their route to the final.
A 3-1 win over another North African giant, Algeria, secured a first-ever place in a final after losing in the last four on the last two occasions.
“We have improved as the tournament has progressed, and the team is gaining experience and knows more about how to control the rhythm of the game,” said Gaber. “We are also improving in terms of set pieces, and we are looking forward to the challenge.”
While Saudi Arabia have Radif, Egypt possesses a star of their own in Salah Basha. The 19-year-old forward plays his club football for Udinese, joining the Italian club in 2018 from Al-Ahly, and got on the scoresheet against Morocco and Algeria.
“He is a very good player. He does well when he is in the penalty area. If we are on the attacking side, he will score,” said Gaber.
The player with an Italian mother and Egyptian father has reportedly caught the attention of senior national team coach Rui Vitoria, who could move to give the youngster a full international cap sooner rather than later to ensure that he chooses to represent the Pharaohs rather than the Azzurri.
For now, however, the focus is on Saudi Arabia. The destination of the Arab U-20 Cup may be determined by which star, the Saudi or the Egyptian, shines brightest.
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